A southern Ontario farmer plans to Tweet a photo every day during 2015.

Andrew Campbell, who already has 7,700 followers on the social media service, says he’s undertaking the project partly just for the fun of it --- but also to educate the general public on what farmers do each day.

Campbell’s family has a third-generation operation in Middlesex County, near London, Ont., where they produce corn, soy beans, wheat, hay and milk.

Part of what he hopes to show is that more work goes into farming than many people may realize.

Even in winter, when the fields are dusted with snow, they’re busy washing out barns, milking cows and giving them “haircuts.” Farmers also do maintenance on machinery.

His popular Twitter feed is already partly fun and partly educational. Here are highlights of past Tweets:

Judging by his previous dispatches, his first photo on New Year’s Day 2015 could go either way.

It might show him pounding on his alarm clock long before most of the country will wake up: he’s out of bed at 4:45 a.m. seven days a week.

There are other possibilities too.

“There could be a newborn calf, (if we) get lucky,” he says. “I’m going to have to wait to see what the morning brings.”